ADE3 | GP | Adelaide

Reference: ADE3

Location: Golden Grove

Length of position: 2 years or longer by preference

Consultant email: [email protected]



We’re recruiting a UK, Irish or New Zealand trained female GP for a clinic on the north side of Adelaide.

It is near to Golden Grove on the north east side of Adelaide.

Here are some more details:

  • Well established practice with 6 + GPs.
  • They are expanding with more patients and would like to take on a new UK or Irish trained GPs
  • Open weekdays to 18:00 and Saturday & Sunday to 4pm
  • Good patient feedback (via Google reviews)
  • Bulk billing
  • DWS-approved area

Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and the fifth largest city in the country. It has a warm Mediterranean climate. Adelaide is a major industrial city with car manufacturing, defence and high tech electronics industries. The coast (Kangaroo Island is one of the country’s greatest wildlife areas) and inland wine regions make the Adelaide area a great place to be.

There is more information here on living in Adelaide:

http://www.gpjobsinaustralia.co.uk/adelaide-and-south-australia/

Wikipedia

Tourist information (Adelaide)

Streetadvisor

Who can apply for this post?

To apply for this post, you must have had GP training in the UK,  Ireland or NZ. For the UK you should hold full GMC and specialist GP registration. Plus, you must be a MRCGP and have either a CCT or hold the old JCPTGP certificate or were assessed by PMETB as equivalent. For Ireland you must have full IMC registration and be a Graduate of ICGP holding MICGP membership. If you’re from New Zealand, you should hold a Fellowship with The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (FRNZCGP).

You can find more information here:
Interested?
If you would like more information on these jobs, please email or telephone us on +44(0)1483 763102 for further information. All enquiries are free and in confidence.
Working with Monique and Martina in Australia, (UK GP applying from New Zealand) made the laborious and pedantic process of applying for GP Fellowship and Australian registration much easier than trying to do this alone. It was still a long process but the team helped every step of the way, and were happy to liaise with the AMC, RACGP or AHPRA when needed. They worked hard to secure a good GP position for me, and overall I highly recommend and thank them for all their help in the process of relocating to Australia as a GP.
Dr U. M.